Thursday, October 30, 2008
Dave Farrow -- speed reader and memory expert -- started a read-a-thon thirty days ago in the window of DataVision in New York City at the behest of Sony to promote the Sony Reader and to donate as many eBooks as possible to schools across the country.
Today, around 4:45PM EDST, that mission was accomplished.
Dave Farrow is gone. What remains is a commemorative sign in his former seat.
44,097 pages were turned.
Over 100 eBooks were read.
Sony will donate 4.4 million eBooks to schools.
I have a ginormous number of screensnaps for the final day to sort through to produce the final post for the Sony Reader Revolution cam posts here.
Posted by Mike Cane at 5:15 PM